Dataset: CAS
Taxa: Paramesotriton
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herpetology


CAS:HERP
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
139987   0000-00-00
China, Hong Kong, 22.2916666667 114.144525

CAS:HERP
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
139988   0000-00-00
China, Hong Kong, 22.2916666667 114.144525

CAS:HERP
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
139989   0000-00-00
China, Hong Kong, 22.2916666667 114.144525

CAS:HERP
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
139990   0000-00-00
China, Hong Kong, 22.2916666667 114.144525

CAS:HERP
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
97571A.W.C.T. Herre   1941-02-20
China, Hong Kong, 22.26175 114.1890277778

CAS:SUA
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
20280J.D. Romer?   0000-00-00
China, Hong Kong, Kowloon Dist., Kowloon Mts., 22.33955 114.1916722222

CAS:SUA
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
6378G.A.C. Herklots   
China, Hong Kong, mountain streams, 22.26175 114.1890277778

CAS:SUA
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
6379G.A.C. Herklots   
China, Hong Kong, mountain streams, 22.26175 114.1890277778

CAS:SUA
6380G.A.C. Herklots   
China, Hong Kong, mountain streams, 22.26175 114.1890277778

CAS:SUA
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
6381G.A.C. Herklots   
China, Hong Kong, mountain streams, 22.26175 114.1890277778

CAS:SUA
6390R. Bourret   Z-3730000-00-00
Vietnam, Vinh Phuc Prov., Tam Dao, 21.4550361111 105.6443638889

CAS:SUA
6391R. Bourret   Z-4050000-00-00
Vietnam, Vinh Phuc Prov., Tam Dao, 21.4550361111 105.6443638889

CAS:SUA
Paramesotriton hongkongensis (Myers and Leviton, 1962)
6714A.W.C.T. Herre   1941-02-20
China, Hong Kong, 22.26175 114.1890277778


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